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  1.   Mentors
...Navigation Menu University of Minnesota About Duluth People Departments Duluth Search UMD Department of Education Technology Infused Units Technology in Education APT3 Project Skip To Main Text News and Technology Infused Lesson Events Programs People Student Title: Increasing Language Fluency with Mentor-Mentee Relationships via Email Resources Faculty Resources Forms Subjects: Spanish NCATE APT3 Home Learning Level: High School (Spanish I, Spanish IV and Spanish V) Search the Abstract: Department of Education's Website Assessing language learning through technology for increase of fluency and communication t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   BWM Sig Proj - Bower - Lucy's Literacy Legacy ~ Portrait of a Women's Rights Leader
...Service Learning Leader school and leads a TEACHBoston career pathway. Mary Ellen has received the Golden Apple, Massachusetts Silent Hero Award, and Harvard Book Award for teachers. She conducts literacy and career workshops citywide and nationally and has presented for the Gates Foundation. As a mentor she supports new teachers and coordinates a support group for them. She and her students, recipients of Fleet's ALL Star 2000 and 2001 award for community service, have testified before the Massachusetts State Legislature and have presented at statewide Department of Education conferences. Subject Areas Engli...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   An Interview with Leonard Cohen
...s the questions, or the creative responses he provides that keep the interviewers "on their toes." Extension Interested students can conduct personality interviews. They should write at least 10 good questions that will not elicit yes or no answers. Subjects might include classmates, teachers, or a mentor in the workplace. Students can audio- or video-tape their interviews and/or present them to the class.
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   The Relevance of Tom Thomson, Emily Carr, and the Group of Seven
...ss the impact of Tom Thomson, Emily Carr, and the Group of Seven on Canada and the art world. Students will write and paint to share their findings. Duration 3 to 4 lessons Purpose To explore genres and influence in the art world Materials painting materials PDF Before Exploring The Group of Seven, mentor Tom Thomson, and artist Emily Carr painted Canada as they saw it. From 1920 to today, the Canadian wilderness has been seen through their eyes. Their vision shaped how Canadians saw their own country and left a legacy that continues to provoke debate and discussion. Viewing their paintings today, we can still...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   Introduction to Louis Armstrong's Contributions to Jazz in New York
...contain Armstrong for long. He was destined for stardom as a soloist, the first great soloist in the new music, jazz. He married the band's pianist, the talented Lil Hardin, who encouraged him to leave Chicago and go to New York, the capital of the music world, away from the influence of his early mentor and teacher, Joe Oliver. With some reservations, Armstrong took her advice. In October 1924 he accepted Fletcher Henderson's invitation to come to New York and join his band, which was the outstanding ensemble in the city. The Henderson band played at the Roseland Ballroom for white customers, whose musical p...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Good Writers Read! Using Mentor Texts to Teach Writing
Lesson Name Good Writers Read! Using Mentor Texts to Teach Writing Overview This unit provides students with good models of writing through the use of popular picture books and read-alouds. The mentor texts are used during the mini-lesson portion of writing workshop. Student Learning Objectives Students will be able to identify writing strategies and s...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Artist as Mentor Preliminary Worksheet
"Artist as Mentor" Preliminary Worksheet www.google.com Step 1- Click images tab Step 2- Type: Photography Mexican or Photography El Salvadoran or Photography Cuban Searching on the web (as explained below) find a photographer from the culture of your ancestors that inspires you/ that you like. This is your worksheet. Eventual...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Teacher Mentors for Students
Teacher Mentors for Students Submitted by on Sat, 07/23/2011 - 13:39 Area: Social & Emotional Learning Grade Level: Elementary School Topic: Teaching Strategies Description: By spending a little informal time each week with a student not from their class, a teacher mentor can play an important role in a young person's life....
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    Grade Level: K-5

  9.   Creating a Feast for the Senses With Mentor Texts
...at least several pages) and have collected several examples of sensory writing, tell students that they are going to have the opportunity to investigate more books for examples of sensory writing. Pass out a picture book to each student or pair of students along with the Write Like... Handout (see Mentor Texts for Sensory Images for text ideas). As students are working, circulate to make sure they are able to identify appropriate examples of sensory writing. Check that students are able to identify examples of sensory writing beyond just sight and that they are quoting these examples accurately on their paper...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  10.   Mentors
Lessons for Hope Home Teachers Students Scrapbook Projects _ Teacher's Guide _ Teacher's Guide Unit One: Mentors _ _Unit One ArrowTree Exercise ArrowRoots Arrow Activity Tasks ArrowShoots Students will: ArrowMentors _Unit Two define mentor. ArrowObserver determine who their mentors are. learn who Dr. Jane?s mentors were. read about famous mentor pairs and relationships. ArrowPioneer label tree roots with mentor names....
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    Grade Level: K-12


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